Caucasian Mummy in Nevada 3000 yr. older than King Tut can’t be DNA tested!

The mummy is a Caucasoid long thin face with receding cheek bones buried with fine textiles woven by hand in a time that people are not supposed to have done that. This mummy is purportedly 9000 years old. Where? In Nevada America! But Peyote Indians claim him/her as an ancestor, so it cannot be DNA tested? Ha! They probably don’t want to test it, because it might show it is related to Mediterranean DNA, as these are related to the Mound people who settled in America long before the Indians. They are descendants from the Pelasgians and the sons of Ham, Japhet, Atlas the King of Atlantis, and the early long living Post Flood patriarchs who sailed all over the world, mapped the Earth, and build the megalithic structures everywhere. And they dated it to 9000 years old? Before Creation? Ha! Darwinist history at work here.

The mummy though is so old that it could not have been an ancestor of the Peyotes or Cheyennes. But bureaucracy prevents the DNA testing now. But the real reality is that mainstream “orthodox” historians and archaeologists refute any “pre-Columbian” contact with Europe where the Caucasians come from, except for a few Viking visits a little before Columbus.

Here is what Darwinian gatekeeper Wicked Pedia states:

Now you understand what the real scientists, real historians, real archaeologists are up against. A historic science hijacked by a false paradigm! It refuses to look at the multiple facts of Caucasians, Phoenicians, Egyptians, Sumerians, Caananites, and what not visiting South and North America long before Columbus. You see it is not just “global warming” that hijacked “consensus”, History academic authorities do the very same. A very sad day for science, sadder than Galileo versus the Roman Catholic church ban!

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2 comments for “Caucasian Mummy in Nevada 3000 yr. older than King Tut can’t be DNA tested!

  1. Jason
    May 3, 2015 at 8:39 am

    The video is no longer working. :(

  2. Power Point Paradise
    May 3, 2015 at 8:09 pm

    Thanks Jason
    God bless you for telling me.
    I’ll see if I can find and fix it. I did! FIXED!

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